Overview Of The MTA Chapter Network

One of the main goals of the Medical Tourism Association (MTA) Chapter Affiliation Program is to create stronger more unified networks to promote medical tourism in various destinations across the globe. However each region of the world has peculiarities and differences in the ways of working and the needs of its stakeholders.

Those characteristics are better known by the representatives and stakeholders working right in each region. Therefore, local stakeholder involvement in program development, networking effectiveness and consumer market penetration is crucial to fulfill MTA’s objectives globally.

MTA has always had a chapter vision which relies heavily on a volunteer leadership structure. In order to meet the needs of the membership in each region, the MTA launched its official MTA Chapter Network in 2013 which provides legal status to each Chapter, operating independently and organized under the laws of each respective country.

MTA will develop regional Chapters to provide networking, program development services and emphasize collaboration on specific research projects which will be executed in collaboration with the International Healthcare Research Center (IHRC). Each MTA Affiliate Chapter unites stakeholders of the region from a certain geographical region with the aim is to support the implementation of MTA’s mission to raise awareness of the high level of quality health and wellness services available in various countries.

MTA’s focus on volunteer engagement, area-based chapter management, active marketing and financial incentives are the key to its chapter program success in a face of a new economy based upon customer service and satisfaction.

MTA Official Chapters

MTA Korea Abrianna A. KIM 대표
Phone: 053-260-5055 (직통 5056)
Fax : 053-289-3515
Email: abrianna@mtakorea.co.kr


MTA Hungary
1091 Budapest,
Ulloi ut 55 1.em.
Hungary
City : Budapest
Country : Hungary
Phone : 003-670-333-4911

www.mtahungary.com 


MTA Portugal
Country : Portugal


 

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